Lindy serves as a leader in her community as vice president of the GRC Speech Club, exercise leader of the GRC Cross Country team and indoor and outdoor track teams, which have competed at the state level the past three years.
She is an active member of EGO, National Beta Club, Speech Club, National Honor Society, French Club and Junior Advisory. Through the community she has worked many community service events through the Face of Love Missions Week and 4-H Teen Leadership Club. Lindy is also an active Christian at Ephesus Baptist Church.
She is planning on entering the medical field, but is unsure of what college she will attend.
Logan is committed to developing his leadership skill through service to his school and community. He has served as a member of student advisory and is an active member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Logan has been a member of the varsity baseball team since the seventh grade and he serves as the FCA devotional leader for the team.
He also serves his community through the Central Baptist Church youth group and other service activities. Logan is a member of the Kentucky Division of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets which is a youth organization established in cooperation with the U.S. Navy to teach patriotism, courage, self-reliance and kindred virtues.
Logan wants to attend one of the United States service academies where he hopes to continue playing baseball. He plans on majoring in history or political science. After the academy, he wants to serve his country as an aviation officer in the military and would some day like to serve the United States as a political leader.
Luke is involved in a variety of clubs, organizations and activities including: Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, Beta Club, Kentucky Youth Association, GRC marching jazz and pep bands, school musicals, Dramapalooza, indoor drum line and First Priority.
He is very active at Calvary Christian Church playing in the church youth and praise bands, volunteering with his youth group for Jesus Prom, Operation Happiness, Community Service Center, and going on mission trips such as to Bowery Mission in New York City.
He is vice president of First Priority and huddle leader of FCA. His college plans include an engineering major with political science and music minors.
Makenzie is a three-year varsity cheerleader and a two year member of the girls golf team at GRC. She has been involved in Spirit Club, freshman, sophomore and junior advisory, and the National Honor Society.
In her community she has volunteered with Jesus Prom, Walk with Friends, Cheer with the Champs, Salvation Army, People Helping People, Shop with a Cop and has taken on the role as a YMCA cheerleading coach.
She has received the Miss Teen Clark County title, Miss Congeniality, awarded a top 15 in the Miss Kentucky County Fair and was among the KHSAA All Star Academic first and second teams.
She plans to attend the University of Kentucky or Western Kentucky University and is undecided in her major.
Makenzie is an active member of her school and community. She is the junior class treasurer, chief editor of Smoke Signals, DARE Role Model and ASAP Youth Network Representative.
This year, Makenzie is a member of the varsity cheerleading squad, varsity tennis team, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Beta Club, National Honor Society, Embracing Global Obligations and Smoke Signals production.
She also enjoys being involved in her church and taking part in community service projects. She is a volunteer for Shop with a Cop, Operation Happiness, the Salvation Army and Walk with Friends.
At this time Makenzie is unsure of her college plans but intends to major in medicine with a degree in radiology.
Meredith is an honor roll student and a member of the Beta Club and National Honor Society. She served as treasurer of the Junior Civitan Club. She has been a member of the GRC Cardinal Singers and has been a member of the marching band, color guard and winter guard throughout high school.
She has served as a volunteer for Operation Happiness and Relay for Life. She is currently a KODA Donor Ambassador speaking to the public to raise awareness of organ donation through the “Life is Cool” program.
Her interests include dancing, cooking and being involved with her church youth group. She has a passion for baking and hopes to open a bakery sometime in her future.
Her college plans are to attend the University of Kentucky and pursue a degree in pharmacy.
Michelle is currently an active member of the National Honor Society, EGO, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She has volunteered for many organizations including Operation Happiness, Community Services Center, Operation Christmas Child, and as a MDA fundraiser.
Michelle was captain of the All American Gymnastics Team where she trained for nine years as a competitive level nine gymnast. She is also a member of the GRC track team.
Michelle hopes to get an academic scholarship to Eastern Kentucky University and become a pharmacist.
Rachel has held many leadership positions including: church youth leader, along with church youth representative, seminary sergeant at arms and marching band section leader.
She is also in many extra-curricular activities such as NHS, marching band, school play, school musical, Special Olympics bowling, 4-H, Strings of Friendship Dulcimer Club, TSA and she is an active member of her church.
Rachel also volunteers at various places like Operation¿Happiness, church camp counselor, Bluegrass Technology Center, Carnegie Center and the Central Baptist Pediatric Unit.
Rachel plans on going to Brigham Young University and majoring in special education with a minor in theater. Then, after an 18-month mission, she plans to go to Eastern Kentucky University and get a doctorate in occupational therapy. Rachel wants to work with children who have special needs.
Ragan is an officer in many organizations. She has been the vice president of both her freshman and sophomore classes, the Founder and Leader of Tom’s Clubs at GRC and St. Agatha Academy. She is the GRC newspaper’s editor-in-chief and is an outreach officer for FCA, huddle leader and spiritual advisor for the varsity cheerleading squad.
This year, Ragan is a member of the GRC tennis team, student council, Beta Club, National Honor Society, Duke Tip, Agency for Substance Abuse Policy Network, Engaging Global Obligations, Cardinal Hill Teen Board and a singer and dancer for the school musical.
Aside from her other obligations, Ragan is a volunteer for Cardinal Hill, Feed the Hungry, Jesus Prom, Clark County Homeless Coalition and a peer and grade tutor.
Ragan hopes to graduate from college with a degree in neuropsychology and work at Vanderbilt Kennedy Center with people with developmental disabilities.
Rebecca is involved in several different activities in her school and community. She is a member of FCA and the Teen Drug Prevention group at her school. She is also the online editor for her school newspaper and is co-manager of Cinderella’s Closet.
She has participated in two of GRC’s musical productions of “Aida” and “Children of Eden.” Outside of school, she contributes to her community by volunteering with organizations such as Operation Happiness and New Beginnings.
At this time, Rebecca plans to attend college but is unsure of where or what she will be studying.